The transit agency is telling riders that it has plans to take them from point ‘A’ to point ‘B’ more efficiently – and in style.
Septa officials say drivers are taking the new bus for test runs, to make sure all the bugs are worked out. Earlier glitches included the wrong seats and mismatched paint.
Technical problems have cause SEPTA to suspend its “A” and “B” express trains on the Market-Frankford subway-elevated line during rush hour commutes this week.
SEPTA says its Broad Street subway line and the Market-Frankford subway-elevated are the way to go for the “Made in America” shows.